Chapter 27

The one true God who reigns over the universe and all things—Almighty God, Christ of the last days! This is the testimony of the Holy Spirit, proof incontrovertible! The Holy Spirit is working to bear testimony everywhere, so that no one will be in doubt. The triumphant King, Almighty God! He has prevailed over the world, He has prevailed over sin, and He has accomplished His redemption! He has saved us, this group of people corrupted by Satan, and made us complete to do His will. He wields kingly power over the whole earth, recapturing this land and chasing Satan down into the bottomless pit. He sits in judgment over the world, and no one can escape from His hands. He reigns as King.

The whole earth shouts in jubilation! It praises the triumphant King—Almighty God! For ever and ever! Worthy are You of honor and praise. Authority and glory be to the great King of the universe!

Time is short. Follow Almighty God’s footsteps and keep pressing forward. Be meticulous to a fault, be considerate toward His burden, be of one mind with Him, and expend yourself for His management plan. You must not retain your possessions. So little time remains. Offer them up! Don’t hold onto them! Offer them up! Don’t hold onto them!

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